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iowa crowds are nice. but the candidate still needs heightened security. ryan 3:56 it's important that we protect pepole that are putting themselves out there in the public to be vetted and have that chance to be the next president. according to the secret service - these are the criteria a candidate has to meet before they'll assign a detail: the candidate has to be publicly announced have some degree of prominence in the polls capaigning in at least 10 states be in a qualified party has matching funds of at least $100,000 has received contributions totalling $10 million. amanda: ben carson qualifies in all categories. i asked an agent with the secret service who foots the bill for their service... he said it's in the secret service budget to help candidates. they expect that candidates will request their services. it was actually security that caused this
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jackson dinner to run about an hour past schedule. there were about seven thousand people there. josh 5:57 at a high profile event security is of the utmost concern, it's front and center on everything that we're doing. we want to make sure everyone has a great time and everyone is safe and secure. amanda: the iowa democratic party who organized the event said the security they hired was well aware of how many people would be attending but it still took a long time to get them all through. every third person or so was actually getting the security wand run over them, so definitely time consuming to do that to thousands of people... but there were no major incidents at the event. live in the studio, amanda krenz, local five news, we are iowa. jack: a u.s. navy recruitment center was the target of a shooting in eastern iowa today. emergency responders got a call of shots fired at east kimberly road earlier this afternoon in davenport. more than a
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emergency vehicles were on the scene and the road was briefly blocked. it's unclear if anything was actually hit. davenport. more than a dozen emergency vehicles were on the scene and the road was briefly blocked. it's unclear if anything was actually hit. no injuries were reported. jack: the death of a woman found in her home yesterday in ackley still has frankling county investigators trying to figure it out. according to a chief deputy, officers responded to a call from the woman's husband around 3-30 in the afternoon. the husband is cooperating with police, and they're not ruling the death as a homicide at this time. but they are waiting on toxicology tests. jack: another suspicious death over the weekend, this one in benton county. 31-year-old david miller of shellsberg was arrested while he was walking on a rural road in linn county yesterday, investigators say miller may be connected to the body of a woman who was found inside his home while authorities were looking into some cases of car theft. investigators say miller stole his neighbor's truck yesterday and then wrecked it a few times. it's not clear how, of if, that's connected to the body found. "i yelled at him to get out of the truck, what do you think you're doing and i yelled at my wife call police, bring me my phone...he was able to get the truck started and nailed it in reverse" jack
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investigators have identified the victim but haven't released the name yet. stephanie: davenport police say one person is dead after two cars crashed while racing. as the cars were racing... both hit another car that was turning onto the road. the driver and two passengers of the incoming car were sent to the hospital. one of them eventualy died at the hospital. one of the drivers in the racing car...a 17 year old boy... was arrested and is facing several charges. the other driver of the car is charged with vehicular homicide, reckless driving, and drag racing. stephanie: the iowa deparmtent of transportation wants your comments on how it plans out the state's transportation process. there are several ways you can send in your opinions of the planning process. you can email, call, or mail comments to the d-o-t by december thirty-first. jack: a 95 billion dollar us
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industry got some potentially bad news today. the world health organization says red and processed meats can increased your risk for cancer. the new study classifies processed meat as -- quote -- "car'cinogenic to humans" with the potential to cause colon cancer. red meat is classified as "probably carcinogenic." 22 experts from ten countries were involved in the study. the cancer group's director says these findings support current public health recommendation s to limit the amount of meat in your diet. "no closed captioning available - gma interview" jack: but meat industry groups blasted the report, calling it biased and misleading. jack: the meat industry
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released a statment overnight that says: classifying red and procesesd meat as cancer hazards defies both common sense and numerous studies showing no correlation between meat and cancer. "no closed captioning available - gma interview" jack: we want to know what you think? will you still be eating bacon and hot dogs and a steak despite this new study? let us know -- we may use your comments on-air. you can post you thoughts on facebook and twitter. or send us an email or give us a call . we'd love to hear what you think! the contact information is on your screen. stephanie: still to come... a pair of big shakeups for the isu football team today. jordan: that's right, jack and one was bigger than the other. there was a big shock during today's press conference, and it had nothing to do with joel lanning taking over at quarterback.. i'll have that coming up later. jack: next.... why is one iowa student petitioning
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against donald trump showing up at his high school? "your watching local 5 news at 6 in hd with
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forecast with chief meteorologist brad edwards, and local 5 sports with sports director jon
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local 5 news at 6. we are iowa." jack: donald trump is using a sioux city gym for a campaign stop tomorrow. and a graduate of the school isn't happy about it. francisco valadez calls trump "a bully," and says trump is threatening the latino community. valadez helped start a petition calling for trump to hold his rally elsewhere. the petition has more than one- thousand signatures. but school officials call the rally a "real opportunity." " he's influencing a lot of people to hate certain, like, certain groups, certain groups of people." " we recognize that there may be some who support or oppose any specific candidate, but this is a real opportunity to allow the educational process about the democratic process to continue" jack: some students are citing the
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school district's anti-bullying policies as a reason not to allow trump to hold his rally at sioux city west high. jack: trump's comments about the latino community aren't the only things getting him in trouble with some iowans. he's been hitting back hard against recent iowa polls that show he is behind ben carson. " we're winning all of these polls he had one better poll in iowa but but i don't believe those polls actually because i see the response to the people from iowa but, and i'm gonna be there in two days but we're doing really well it's been great. he's a nice guy but he's never going to be able to make deals with china, believe me, he's never going to be able to make deals with japan." jack: trump is trailing carson by 14 percent in iowa in the latest poll released from monmouth university today. stephanie local business and community leaders, parents, and leaders are launching a new clean energy billboard to get the attention of presidential candidates. the billboard was unveiled in des moines earlier today, and it says: "clean energy equals health y kids." it'll be near the des moines
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airport in hopes that candidates coming into the metro will be reminded to talk about alternative energy policies. stephanie: if you enjoyed the food truck pilot program in downtown des moines, you'll be able to continue seeing them during your lunch break. the city council voted earlier tonight to extend the pilot program another three months through january, while a final, permanent program is decided. we'll have the rest of that story coming up at 10. stephanie/wxcdl: jack/wxcdl chief meteorologist brad edwards is here now... brad:wxcdl ( local 5 weather is coming up next.
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edwards. certified by weatherrate the independent weather experts" brad/wxc: welcome back. i'm local 5 chief meteorologist brad edwards. brad: let's take a look at we are iowa's most accurate forecast. brad/wxwall: today was a pretty typical fall day with some morning sunshine and afternoon clouds rolling into the picture. we will keep the clouds around tonight, but will likely have some showers rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday. wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday!
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brad/2wx: that's all for my forecast. check out weareiowa.com for the latest in weather the clouds around tonight, but will likely have some showers rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday. wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday! brad/2wx: that's all for my forecast. check out weareiowa.com for the clouds around tonight, but will likely have some showers rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday.
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wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday! brad/2wx: that's all for my forecast. check out weareiowa.com for the clouds around tonight, but will likely have some showers rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday. wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday! brad/2wx: that's all for my forecast. check out weareiowa.com for the clouds around tonight, but will likely have some showers
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rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday. wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday! brad/2wx: that's all for my forecast. check out weareiowa.com for the latest in weather . stephanie/2wx: thanks brad. stephanie: snap a cool weather photo? post it to we are iowa dot com. just click on the share it tab!
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jack/2bam: i'm here with jordan furbee and what a day in ames! jordan/2bam: a midseason qb change is big news, a midseason coaching change is even bigger! coming up on local 5 sports, paul rhoads has parted ways with offensive coordinator mark mangino. hear why it didn't work and jeff woody's thoughts on the change up next... "now, local 5 sports
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are iowa sports" jordan/bam: a wise man once said "progess is impossible without change" iowa state coach paul rhoads appears to have taken that quote to heart. going with joel lanning as the starting qb over sam richardson. but that wasn't the biggest news of the day. at his weekly press conference this morning, rhoads dropped a bombshell. a wise man once said
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"progress is impossible without change" iowa state coach paul rhoads appears to have taken that quote to heart this week going with joel lanning the starting qb over sam richardson. and while that appeared to be the big topic of the day, coach rhoads made an even bigger headline. "unfortunately i had to make a change at offensive coordinator this morning. mark and i couldn't get on the same page on a few importnat items. we tried to talk that through again this morning in an effort to get us moving in a different direction, in the end mark was not interested in that, i wish that wasn't the case." with that offensive coordinator mark mangino has been relieved of his duties. paul rhoads named qb coach todd sturdy as the new o-c. mangino has been relieved of his duties. paul rhoads named qb coach todd sturdy as the new o-c. when asked the reason for the change, rhoads said this wasn't a new issue. "it's been ongoing for several weeks and we'd been trying to work that out. in the end we couldn't come to a conclussion together and he's decided not to accept the direction we want to go." the move also caught the players off guard. rhoads hadn't addressed the team before the change was announced. "i didn't even know about it until i just got here, so it was kind of shocking, but nothing's going to change really, it's going to be the same
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plays anyways, so nothings going to change." before the mangino announcement, the big news of the day was the switch at qb. joel lanning has been named the starter of sam richardson. a move rhoads said gives them the best shot to win now. "i think the biggest piece that came out of saturday's performance was the energy level of our football team, not just our offense, but our football team when he took over. but right now coming out of that game with joel's performance and the energy of our team, we think joel gives us the best opportunity." "it hasn't even hit me yet, i'm just thinking about it, my stomach's kind of eating at me a little bit, not really getting hungry, just thinking about saturday and being a little nervous. but there's reason to be at all, just like another week preparing myself like i have in the past." we also caught up with former cyclone jeff woody to get his thoughts on all the changes in ames... "rhoads felt that mangino wasn't, like he said, wasn't on board
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and they weren't going in the same direction. and i think coach rhoads is aware of the fact that he's hanging by the short hairs of his job. so to be able to make that change in the middle of the season, it does take quite a bit of gumption to do that. but i do think it lies more down to, in order for me to save my job we all have to be going in the same direction and you're not going in the same direction so this whole program gets completely disbanded if we're all not moving together." iowa state made another change going with chris francis as kicker over cole netton. saturday's homecoming game versus texas is set for 6 pm on fs-1. jon/sx3s stephanie/sx3s jack/sx3s we'll be right back... you're watching local
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miss a story? don't forget to visit local 5 on the web. we are iowa dot com is your home for the latest in news, weather, and sports. stephanie/2shot: before we go tonight, local 5 news crews are working hard to bring you even more stories that affect how you live. jack/2shot: tonight at ten... it was the inside job so big that it grabbed the nation's attention. we're talking about the former lottery employee here in iowa who almost got away with 14 million dollars by rigging lotto computers. tonight, i'll go inside the lottery to investigate just how far the scam went, and how eddie tipton was caught. plus -- how safe is your money each time you buy a lottery ticket? that's tonight at 10. jack/wxhang: now one last check of your chief meteorologist brad: "today was a pretty and afternoon clouds picture. we will keep tonight, but will likely have some showers rolling in from the south by morning. a large system coming from the gulf of mexico will pull some rain up into iowa for tuesday with the heaviest amounts expected over the eastern half of the state where more than 1" could fall before ending late tuesday night. temperatures were a little above average today, but we are going to be cooler the rest of the week with highs only in the 50s through friday. wednesday will be our chilliest day with a strong nw wind helping to put a little
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bite in the air! by friday we are looking at another chance for rain, which is not good news for beggar's night participants. however, it does look like the rain will be moving out saturday morning for a dry halloween night. then sunday is looking like another beauty like what we had yesterday!" stephanie/4shothang: thank you for spending your time with us tonight. jack/4shothang: we are working hard on another great newscast for 10pm. we're proud to say we are iowa... have a great night. " " robin thick's unseen blurred
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